Miniature 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Medal

In 2012 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated the 60th anniversary of her ascending the throne 1952-2012. To celebrate this historic event a new Medal or decoration was issued. It showed the Queen with her hair up and wearing a tiara. The reverse has E II R crowned within a set of boxes and the dates 1952-2012. As with most awards, they also issued a miniature for wearing when the full-sized original would be too big to wear. It is these miniatures that we now offer you. They are complete with a red, white, and blue ribbon and the medal itself is silver plated. We assume these are official, but to be honest we really don’t know. We were offered them, they look fantastic, the price was right and we thought that you collectors might like one (Actual size of medal 18mm).
Availability: In stock
SKU: OGB8805
£14.95
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